hef Bill Telepan is the first-ever director of sustainability. Telepan will bring his talent, insight and experience to ICE students in this pioneering role. Telepan is currently the executive chef of New York City’s restaurant, Oceana, as well as executive chef of Wellness in the Schools, a national non-profit devoted to healthy eating in public schools. Prior to Oceana, he enjoyed a 10-year run as chef-owner of the Michelin-starred NYC farm-to-table restaurant, Telepan, and he was even invited by Michelle Obama to join the Chef’s Move! to Schools task force. In this brand new role as ICE’s director of sustainability, Telepan will help develop a sustainability-focused curriculum for the next generation of chefs at ICE. In addition, he’ll work in ICE’s hydroponic garden and with local farms to source unique herbs and produce to enhance ICE students’ culinary training, and to teach students how to grow and harvest — a true farm-to-classroom education.
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